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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 8, 1910)
Our stock of holiday ioods is noV
where you. can see it and we invite
you to come in. We will just name
a few of the many thing's to be seen.
Toilet Sets, Mirrors, Stationery,
Manicure Sets, Scissor. Sets Al
hums all Kinds, Dolls, Gaines,
Perfumes, Brushes, 'Books, Hand
Painted China, Pyrography, Toys
We invite you to come in.
Chas. L. Cotting, The Druggist.
S LOCALETTES J
('has. tirout went to ItHithiK tl'
I. H. llotutos left Tuesday morning
for To u s.
Dun Gather returned from the Hast
Lueian Krlsbie was.up from Superior
Have you sealed your letter with u
Virgo Law of Witchita. Kas vas in
town this week.
A square dual for all is n lied Cross
The th st snow of the season fell
liood morning: Have you usud
Frank Parker and wife returned
Mr and Mrs. MeXeny loft Tuesday
on 1 1 lor Missouri.
Mis. A meson returned from Inn vale
Mis ,1. I,. Miner went to lilue Hill
Luciel Coplon whs up from Guide
Koek oer Sat m day.
New turuiluie of every description
nt Atkins A Barber's.
Mr. and Mrs. Kruuk Cow den spent
Sunday in Supeiior.
I,. M. Cr.ihill went to Clippie Cteelc,
Colo . Tuesday evening.
Farm loans, I am again leady to
make larm loans at the lowest rate
anil liost terms. No delay. 1 examine
the land my-elf at no expense.
ILHaUey, lteddoud. Xebr-
rin a :
a i s....
This is the chief
Bake Day Foods
Jj ' The only Baking Pow- W
(J der made from Royal IP
W Grape Cream of Tartar Jg
Made from Grapes IN
t. No Unto Phosphato NH
ftf No Alum jml
W.J Lippineott and son left Tues
day morning for Teas.
Hay Palmer arrived Monday morn
ing from Wrny, Colo.
Walter Gurney and wife are the
happy parents of a baby boy.
Mrs. Xoblo Hull returned fium
Franklin Monday morning.
The W. C. T. t, will meet with Mrs.
C. .1. Pope liext Wednesday at 2:.'.
'I he finest line of detachable handle
umbrellas in the city at Mitchells.
Calicoes American Prints Five
cents per yard. Mim:ii linos, and Co.
Paul Storey nt to Fremont and
Omaha on business Tuesday morning.
ltoscoe Sellars arrived Sunday and
is the guest of his brother Alva Sellars.
Call and get iioquultited with the
new furniture men Atkins fe Barber.
Mrs. Will Parker of Oregon arrived
Sunday to visit her father. T. C Hack
er. Mrs. Chas Gather anil son Douglas
arrived noine from Denver Wednesday
Mrs. T. A. Jones came down from
Alma Sat in day returning Sunday
All the if real ill lists .sine; for tlie
Victor and I-Misnn. Hear them at
It is pleasing to note the beautiful
line of detachable handle umbrellas
sold by Mitclmll.
Yes, you are correct. .Mitchell tlie
Jeweler has a splendid line of detach-,
able handle umbrellas.
Mis. Day of snlinn, Kas., arched
Tuesday evening. ' They will make
their home in lied Cloud.
Mis. Bert .Morhart entertained her
friends WediicMhu evening in honor
of her si.ster, Miss I'erstcttn.
James Holdsworth returned to his
home in South Dakota Satuiday lie
had not been here for 12 years.
Philip Trout the 15. A M.. Hond Must
er who has been sick foi the past two
weeks is able to be out again.
Dr. Nellie Mauior wishes to an
nounce to the public that she is now
oca ted in the rooms over the Tepee.
Just drop in uiul see us. Wo will be
pleased to show you the nittiest line
of luriiitiim in the valley Atkin- a
Prices within the leach ol all.
I'umplcto assortment of reliable fund-tiii-e.
ew dealers new goods Al
kins A I! Willl.li.
N Mil ild umbicl la made over with n
d i.tch.ihle bundle at Mitchell's .1. w
-'i ioie. No extra charge all in
bu i the cover.
i otting's window. showing ant.i
tilling Hobble's stocking ft in
his gnat bag full of Itobeson Mini
Dilgo" Pocket Knives.
Kolt Sm.i. -A l! Horse Power Whitty
(.asuliiie lhigiue, Dynamo and Switch
Hoard completed, (iood as new.
Inquire of Amv Haiit.
j Uoy Ilnst. proprietor of the .Royal
, Barber Shop is running four chairs
and invites you to call if you want a
good shave or hair cut.
Use a Hull Oetauhable Handle Um
brellti. Childien sizes 81. HO and up,
Ladies or gents sies special ol.tl."! ami
up. (lot lliein of New house.
The Ministerial I'liiou will meet
.Monday, Dec. 12 at U;:Si in the study
of the Uev. Hutes. Uev. Tompkins of
the M. li. church will lead a paper,
I'ho Farmers' Institute has been ad
join tied to January J1, i!.", LO. A horse
ami poultry show will be held in con
nection with the institute. Plan to
The Royal Neighbor surprised Mr.
and Mrs. chas. Grout Monday night
by going to their home with well tilled
baskets and taking up their abode for
I Dr Warrick, the specialist will meet
eye, ear, nose and throat patients and
those needing glasses properly lltted
at Dr. Daiuerell's otllce in lied Cloud
Tuesday, Dee 'ioth.
All umbrellas can now be tuado into
Hull Detachable Handle Umbrellas
and the cost will be the price of a now
cover. Covers cost from SI (X) to 7.00.
See Newhouse of course.
The Huroka Dally Herald says that
Chris Hansen "Is certainly thegrcatest
Violinist who has evrr appeared be
fore' an Eureka audience." At the
Congregational church Doc. tlt.li.
W. M. Irons and wife of lnavale, Ne
Wnska, have been the guests of Don
Stoller and famll.v for two weeks. Mr.
Irons and Mr. Stolfer were partners
In stock-raising and farming In Ne
braska twenty-one years ago. and the
reunion has been a most pleasant one.
The Fayettellle Daily. Fajetleville,
Just as much care, in fact a little
moie, should be exercised in buying
electric sad Irons, as- lit buying any
thii g i'is. Some Irons use more elec-tiid-v
than otheis in doing the same
woik. (let your electric irons of
Moiiiiaiii linos., they carry theauthcr
ized iron. He carelull of "just as
good" electric irons.
Those who have heanl Christian
Hansen say that ho is beyond ipiestion
the greatest performer on tho violin
in this country Hear him at the
Cougiegatlomil church next Friday tit
S:to p. in A eiowded house Is assui
ed. Admhslou f0 cent", children
from (I to !. years of age '2' cts. Tick,
ets at Cott lug's stoic.
The littlo 10-monlhs old boy or .Mr.
and Mr-1. Willis Means who live north
west of this city died Monday after
noon. The funeral was held Wednes
day afternoon. I!cv. Jnrboe conduct
ed the funeral services-. Interment
took place in the city cemetery. They
have the sympathy of all in their sad
hour of bereavomont.
Xewhouso has added another new
feature to his famous Hull I'mbrella
line. He Is now fixed to convert your
umbrella Into a Hull Detachable han
dle with a new cover, tho only expense
being the cosl of tho cover you may
select. Tho convenience of the detach
able handle umbrella cannot be appre
ciated until tried. Covers come in all
prices from $1.00 to S7.H0.
Thursday evening at the regular
meeting ol the M. W. A., lodge the
following olllceis weie elected for the
Consul. T. J. Diamond.
Advisor, I' red Wnllin.
Hanker. S. H. Florance.
Clerk, F.r. Hanson.
F.soort, Walter Means.
Chief Forester, Louis Mauley.
Watch, Will Holmes.
Manager. Ceo. Ciiill'cth.
I 'HE men we clothe in this
J men; not always when they
store are well-dressed
first come to us, but
after that, as long as they
let us look after their
lUitkailirt .V Mrt
Hart Schaffner & Marx
makes clothes for well-dressed men;
J for men who appreciate quality; for
men who are as much or more inter
ested in what they get for their money
as in what they pay.
This .store is the natural head
quarters for such men; and if any of
you haven't yet found that out, you're
doing yourself an injustice in the mat
ter of clothes that we're sorry for.
Come in soon and see what we're
doing here to well-dress our fellow
" citizens. All-wool fabrics, fine tail
oring, correct style and fit.
Suits $20 to $50. Overcoats $16.50 io $40
This store is ihc home ol
Hart Schatfncr & Marx clothes
Jennie -I wonder if tho Christian
chinch ladies are to hold a
bazaar this vear.
Yes, they will bold it Dec. l7lh.
Will the) have Christmas
piceuts on .-ale'.'
More Until eer before, both
UihI'iiI and fancy articles ami
the prices will be i-o reason
able. -1 am glad, for I shall not both
to make them for myself, now,
for they aie sure to. have just
that I want.
You are tight. And they will
ero a chicken pie dinner al
so, we will tell all our friends
Piano Solo .
Vocal Solo .
Ask your dealer for a
5A Blanket. They are
known the world over as
the best and strongest, and
the loneest-wearinK blank
ets made. Look for the 5 A
Buy t SA Bin Girth for lb Slibtt.
Buy BA Squirt (or tho Strtct.
We Sell Them
Remember that Ibuy all my
Blankets direct from the factor)', no
jobers' profits added to my piice
Duck Blankets wool lined 1.50
and up lo $3.00.. Square; Wool
from 1.50 up to $6.00.
Joe Fog el
Red Cloud, Neb.
The meetings at the Urethral church
an' growing in Interest. If you aie
not attending you aie missing a rare
opportunity to hear one of the most
intelligent anil foicible speakers that
have ever been in ouroitv. lio tonight
and you will go all the time.
The Musit! Mndy Club will give Us
ne.t proguun Thursday evening. Dec.
Li, at the homo of Mis. Stewait Al
bright. The evening will be devoted
to a Schubett program as follows: i
Uiography Miss Lieut; with
Historical SUetclies of Compositions
Krl King". .Miss Coombs
. .. .Mrs. (inrbor
Vocal Solo .Miss Igou
Piano Duet- Mrs. Albright, Mrs. I'opu
The American I tod Cross ami that
connected with most of the foreign
countries, as you undoubtedly know,
stands ready to render aid in time ol
war. pestilence, famine, earthquake,
or other dtsasteis. Since tho giowth
f tho Tuberculosis .Movement they
have devoted a certain poiriutugo of
inuir income to what they (erin peace
i.impaign or the light against tuber
citJiisih. Thiselfort isceiitcicd around
the holiday tfrtsou when for the last
four years they have issued a sticker
or stamp, to bo sold at one cent each,
a certain proportion to remain with
tlie agency undertaking tho distri
bution ot these stickers, and a certain
pioportlon being rendered to the lied
Cross to pay them, not only for tho
printing and distribution or the stick
ors, stamps or seals, as they are known
thin year, but also for all of tho dis
play and ad vet Using matter wnlch
they furnish along with tho seals.
Last yeur they began by exacting :KJi
per cent, but found they could reduce.
It to 'JO per unit. Into in the season.
This year they are exacting only l'J',
per cent, so that H7' ( per cent of gross
pioeeeds from tho .iub: of tiu-e seals
remains in the state of .Vebiaska for
the prosecution of Anti-Tuberculosis
A Line a Day
Not "standpatters" but. "stlclcpiiN
lers"- The Red doss Christmas Seal.
Summitry for November f 910
Temperature: Maximum 77 on Stli;
.Minimum 1 2 on 'JSth; Createst daily
range I'.i on 81 h. '
Precipitation: Total 2li Inch; great
est In 21 lus, .2ti Inch
Now is The Time To Select Your Xmas
Presents OUR Stock is now Complete
With all the Seasonable Lines. Come
in and see us. : : :
Licensed Undertakers in Nebraska and Kansas.
Lady When Desired.
ALL THE PHONES
Ed. AmaGkp Prop
LEADERS IN FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING.
v "$p ti-
THE MODEL STUDIO
;; is ready to do the largest business of its career ihis holiday season. r,
$ Prices have been put in the reach of all, and we hoar that lhere$
(J. are more people than ever who arc going to send pictures of$
$ themselves to their friends for a remembrance.
OUR EXCELLENT )V0RK
is appreciated by our patrons, and we are making every tiTotl
to get orders out on time. Come early and you will not
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
her of llays ultli .01 inch or inoio a,
Clear III, piuty cloudy .1, oioudy U.
Snowfall on isth, 27th, and 'Jthh.
Vievaillng iml direction X, V. l.'t
ilij"-. l iiah. S. I.ror.ow.
Sew Dr. Stonkman for eye glasses.
Two olioine well improved farms
close to Uown for sale by Siim.aii.s,
on 20th; Xiim- iruui:ii uiul Hokiiii.son.
Having pabl license i am tuepaied
Jf you want a lMano save money by
buying now at muck's.
Hilly Uartou has bought.Mis, Prulfs
short oiiler house and Is now ready to
sei ve meals at all hours,
The best ever. Hear the llostou
. to do all hauling and wish a shuro of lirand Opera Singers on the Columbia
your Hade. I am here to stay. Grafonola Mlgnon at Cuttings and
Promptness Is uiy motto. Mitchells, llecotdsll.'ic to S7..V. Two
V. T. M vui.nm's-, DrHjimiii .selections on every record.
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